Catherine Herridge-‘Black Swan Event;’ Larry Elder on Recent Survey of How Many of 1 Percent Think; Soros’ Big Media Moves; NPR’s Uri Berliner Revelations and MHVille; plus MHMarkets


“When my records were seized, I felt it was a journalistic rape,” said Catherine Herridge explained in remarks to Congress. “When the network of Walter Cronkite seizes your reporting files, including confidential source information, that is an attack on investigative journalism.” As WND and others in media reported, the Emmy award-winning now former left-leaning CBS and right-leaning Fox news investigative reporter recently testified to Congress on what she called “journalistic rape.” The right-leaning New York Post said Herridge told the House Judiciary Committee, the network fired her, then seized her files. She documented the Hunter Biden laptop scandal. Given the Twitter Files and other reports on touch-points between federal agencies, big tech and big media several legal and institutional concerns are involved. Herridge warned a few months ago that she expected a “Black Swan” event in 2024. If or how that on air black swan remark by Herridge may have influenced the dynamics that resulted in CBS terminating her is unclear.

MHProNews periodically reports on challenges with and from so-called “mainstream,” “legacy,” “corporate,” “Big Media” and big tech. The reason for doing so is because the problems facing our obviously underperforming profession and industry in some ways come down to accurate, inaccurate or incomplete information and public understanding.

Many issues facing our society could arguably be less profound if the First Amendment was being robustly defended and more in the news profession were spotlighting how governmental and corporate interests are getting too little proper reporting. According to the National Archives, the First Amendment (from the Bill of Rights) to the U.S. Constitution states: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”






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That data in the fourth graphic above is supported by the Real Clear Politics (RCP) average of polls on the right track-wrong track view of the economy. That right-track wrong track, depending on the source and date, has been hovering for some time in the 65 to 70 percent “wrong track” range. On the morning of 4.13.2024 here is what the RCP reported.


Direction of Country
Right Direction 25.6
Wrong Track 64.4


“CBS News’ decision to seize my reporting records crossed a red line that I believe should never be crossed by any media organization,” Herridge said to members of Congress. “Multiple sources said they were concerned that by working with me to expose government corruption and misconduct they would be identified and exposed.”


But isn’t this episode in the Biden-Harris era part of the pattern occurring in the Obama-Biden administration to stop whistleblowers and ward of investigative journalists?

  • As Cato reported on 2.11.2021: “The Obama Justice Department also targeted Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, the journalist who founded WikiLeaks.”
  • The Hill said on 1.10.2020: “Media figure Sharyl Attkisson is seeking to reopen her case against Obama administration Justice Department officials over claims they” spied on her.
  • With the headline: “In AP, Rosen investigations, government makes criminals out of reporters” Dana Milbank said in an op-ed in the left-leaning Washington Post on 5.21.2013 that “The Rosen affair is as flagrant an assault on civil liberties as anything done by George W. Bush’s administration…”
With that focused headline predicate, the following from the WND News Center was provided by agreement to MHProNews. It will be followed by other headline items. Those topics in turn will be viewed through the lens of the MHProNews analysis with related information and commentary. The MHMarkets update will round out this article.

Part I


The NPR-listening, cheating-defending ‘elite 1%’

Larry Elder connects recent poll of Ivy League types to government radio network’s policies

By Larry Elder
Published April 11, 2024 at 7:48pm

Consider this proposition: “Suppose that your favorite candidate loses a close election. However, people on the campaign know that they can win by cheating without being caught. Would you rather have your candidate win by cheating or lose by playing fair?” Just 7% of Americans said, “Win by cheating.” This is from a startling new Scott Rasmussen poll.

Rasmussen then put this question to those the pollster calls “the elite 1%.” They make over $150,000 per year, have a postgraduate degree, live in densely populated areas and give President Joe Biden an 82% approval rating. Why poll this group? Rasmussen said: “A heavy concentration of them went to one of 12 elite schools. … [H]alf the policy positions in government, half the corporate board positions in America, are held by people who went to one of these dozen schools.”

Thirty-five percent of this group said they would rather their candidate win by cheating than lose by playing fair. It gets worse. Rasmussen put the question to a subset of this elite 1%, whom the pollster calls the “politically obsessed,” defined as those who talk about politics every day. Among this group, the number who would rather win by cheating jumps to 69%.

Rasmussen said: “Most Americans think we don’t have enough individual freedom. Among the elite 1%, about half say, ‘No, we’ve got too much freedom.’ And among that politically obsessed group, about 7 out of 10 say, ‘There’s too much individual freedom in America.'”

As for why they think this way, Rasmussen said: “… part of the reason is because they trust government. In America, it’s been 50 years since most voters trusted the government to do the right thing most of the time. But among the elite 1%, 70% trust the government. … They really believe that if they could just make the decisions and get us out of the way, we would be a lot better off.”

This brings us to National Public Radio, whose mostly white listeners consist of the more affluent and those more likely to have college and postgraduate degrees. (Let us reserve for another time the question of why, in an information overload internet world full of radio and television channels, podcasts, numerous news outlets, etc., we still have taxpayer-supported public television and radio.)

Now this elite 1% absolutely, positively loves NPR. Uri Berliner, senior business editor and reporter, is a 25-year NPR veteran. He insists NPR “lost its way when it started telling listeners how to think.” In a strikingly candid “article, Berliner writes: “It’s true NPR has always had a liberal bent, but during most of my tenure here, an open-minded, curious culture prevailed. We were nerdy, but not knee-jerk, activist, or scolding.

“In recent years, however, that has changed. Today, those who listen to NPR or read its coverage online find something different: the distilled worldview of a very small segment of the U.S. population. …

“By 2023, the picture was completely different: only 11 percent described themselves as very or somewhat conservative, 21 percent as middle of the road, and 67 percent of listeners said they were very or somewhat liberal. We weren’t just losing conservatives; we were also losing moderates and traditional liberals. …

“At NPR, we hitched our wagon to Trump’s most visible antagonist, Representative Adam Schiff.

“Schiff, who was the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, became NPR’s guiding hand, its ever-present muse. By my count, NPR hosts interviewed Schiff 25 times about Trump and Russia. During many of those conversations, Schiff alluded to purported evidence of collusion. The Schiff talking points became the drumbeat of NPR news reports.

“But when the Mueller report found no credible evidence of collusion, NPR’s coverage was notably sparse. Russiagate quietly faded from our programming.

“It is one thing to swing and miss on a major story. … What’s worse is to pretend it never happened, to move on with no mea culpas, no self-reflection.”

Who is listening to NPR? Berliner says: “Our news audience doesn’t come close to reflecting America. It’s overwhelmingly white and progressive, and clustered around coastal cities and college towns.”

You know, kind of like the elite 1%. ##

Larry Elder is a bestselling author and nationally syndicated radio talk-show host.


Part II – From the WND News Center to MHProNews is the following headline issue. 



NPR: A massive gift to the Left

Tim Graham notes radio network is all about ‘inclusion’ except for conservative viewpoints

By Tim Graham
Published April 11, 2024 at 7:37pm

Is National Public Radio fair and balanced? Do they care what you think?

NPR has a “public editor” to monitor listener complaints and concerns, but as we all know, the majority of their listeners are going to complain they’re not “progressive” enough. In 2021, Public Editor Kelly McBride appeared on Brian Stelter’s CNN podcast to praise NPR’s decision to allow their journalists to go to (leftist) public protests so they can “bring their full humanity to work with them.”

When Stelter asked about NPR’s critics, McBride dismissed any conservative complaints about a leftist tilt because they are not “genuinely interested in improving NPR.” McBride claimed her job was to coach NPR “to achieve its own internally stated goals. It doesn’t help to be magnifying disingenuous criticism.” To balance NPR is to harm NPR?

NPR senior editor Uri Berliner wrote a bombshell expose for The Free Press, chronicling NPR’s blatant bias on subjects from Russian collusion conspiracy theories to the Hunter Biden laptop. NPR didn’t report negatively on Donald Trump; they sought to “damage or topple Trump’s presidency.” Is McBride going to find that this internally stated criticism isn’t worth considering?

NPR media reporter David Folkenflik countered with an official word salad from NPR chief news executive Edith Chapin rejecting Berliner’s critique: “We’re proud to stand behind the exceptional work that our desks and shows do to cover a wide range of challenging stories,” she wrote. “We believe that inclusion – among our staff, with our sourcing, and in our overall coverage – is critical to telling the nuanced stories of this country and our world.”

“Inclusion” of conservative viewpoints is something NPR refuses to do. Folkenflik has been an NPR media reporter since 2004, and he has never interviewed me or anyone else at the Media Research Center for one of his reports on media performance, including in his multitude of hostile stories on Fox News.

But Folkenflik recently filed several stories from fervently anti-Israel leftists at The Intercept complaining that The New York Times was too pro-Israel in reporting about sexual assaults committed by Hamas terrorists on Oct. 7, 2023. You can complain from the Left that Hamas is presented as too violent, but you can’t complain from the Right that Republicans are painted as Jim Crow racists or fascists.

CNN media reporter Oliver Darcy wasn’t as calm as Folkenflik. He hated this Berliner critique from the start. In his April 9 newsletter, he skeptically stated the idea that NPR is “supposedly embracing” a progressive view, and Berliner “felt more aligned with the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal than NPR.” So Darcy wants to deny NPR’s identity is on the Left, and then he signals that it is.

Darcy expressed disgust that “Fox News quickly pounced” on the article, and it may lead to a “Jim Jordan type” to hold an oversight hearing on NPR tilt. Horrors!

On April 10, Darcy was at it again. Berliner’s exposé on NPR is “nothing short of a massive gift to the right,” whose top priority is “vilifying the news media.” This is weird coming from Darcy, who routinely vilifies Fox News as fake news and argues it should be deplatformed by cable companies. Freedom of speech does not mean “freedom of reach,” Darcy and Stelter have argued.

On a daily basis, taxpayer-funded NPR is nothing short of a massive gift to the Left, pumping out progressive propaganda to over 1,000 stations. Because it has “public” in its branding, too many Americans still think it’s a service to everyone – and not just to the Democrats who ensure the millions keep flowing. ##

Tim Graham is director of media analysis at the Media Research Center and executive editor of the blog


Part III From the WND News Center to MHProNews is the following headline item.


By Robert Schmad
Daily Caller News Foundation

An investment firm founded by billionaire George Soros is looking to ramp up its influence over a key slice of American broadcasting.

Soros Fund Management, which is controlled by Open Society Foundations (OSF), has made multiple high-profile media acquisitions over the past two years and, according to sources familiar who spoke with Semafor, is in discussions to purchase even more. Roughly one-third of all media consumed in the United States is in the form of audio and about half of Americans still listen to the radio when traveling in their cars.

OSF, a network of nonprofits Soros laid the groundwork for in 1984, has spent billions since funding left-of-center organizations across the globe, according to its website. Soros himself poured more than $32 billion into his philanthropies since 1984.

The Soros network’s recent string of media purchases began in 2022 when Soros Fund Management invested an undisclosed amount into Crooked Media, a liberal podcast network, Variety reported.

Crooked Media hosts dozens of highly trafficked podcasts, with Pod Save America, for instance, being the fifth most popular news show on Apple Podcasts.

Soros Fund Management’s investment bought it a seat on the podcast network’s board and, according to the founders of the company, may be used by Crooked to fund acquisitions, according to Variety. Soros Fund Management does not hold a majority stake in Crooked Media.

Crooked Media wasn’t Soros’ only foray into audio in 2022. Lakestar Finance, an investment firm where Soros Fund Management serves as the “principal investment manager,” also financed Latino Media Network’s $60 million purchase of 18 Spanish-language radio stations operating across the country, including the conservative Radio Mambí in Florida.

Some of the Spanish-speaking radio hosts impacted by the purchase left their shows, citing editorial disagreements, according to The New York Post.

The Soros network’s most recent move into audio came in February when Soros Fund Management acquired over $400 million worth of debt owed by Audacy, the nation’s second-largest network of radio stations. The debt has since been converted into equity as part of a corporate restructuring plan, making Soros Fund Management one of Audacy’s largest shareholders.

Three people who have been involved in discussions with Soros executives say these acquisitions could be part of a larger push to cement control over audio-based media, according to Semafor. Soros Fund Management, for instance, has privately discussed acquiring Cumulus Media, a radio network that operates 403 networks and reaches a quarter of a billion people every month.

Soros Fund Management is also considering multiple podcast companies for acquisition, according to Semafor.

The Soros network’s involvement in media stretches beyond podcasts and radio.

Courier Newsroom, a network of websites that present as local news outlets but push pro-Democratic articles, has received millions of dollars in support from the Soros philanthropic network.

OSF and left-wing Swiss Billionaire Hansjörg Wyss also reportedly financed the acquisition of nearly two dozen local newspapers in Maine. Soros’ philanthropies have pumped millions into local and nonprofit news operations over the years.

Soros’ son, Alex, became chair of OSF which controls the family investment firm, in December 2022.

Alex Soros has described himself as “more political” than his father.

Soros Fund Management did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment. ##


Part IV – Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary

1) From the deeper dive and manufactured housing connected report with analysis linked here are the following pull quotes.

  • “The first casualty when war comes is truth,” was coined by Hiram Johnson a Republican politician from California who served in the United States Senate …- The Guardian.
  • “In war, truth is the first casualty. It’s a military maxim attributed to Aeschylus, the father of Greek tragedy.” – UMass Amherst.
  • According to the New York Times: “There’s class warfare, all right,” Mr. [Warren] Buffett said, “but it’s my class, the rich class, that’s making war, and we’re winning.” (11.26.2006).
  • “Language is a weapon of politicians, but language is a weapon in much of human affairs.” – Noam Chomsky (Brainy Quotes).
  • In the US, there is basically one party – the business party. It has two factions, called Democrats and Republicans, which are somewhat different but carry out variations on the same policies. By and large, I am opposed to those policies. As is most of the population.” – Noam Chomsky (Brainy Quotes).

2) MHProNews has steadily and systematically reported on the macro and manufactured housing media environment for some years. In doing so, MHProNews and our MHLivingNews sister site have cited sources and provided evidence that routinely come from those operating in the media and tech environments. For example. Our first report for 2024 was the one linked below. It has continued to attract traffic nearly 4½ months after being published.  Try to find anything on any of our rivals sites in MHVille trade media that still draws traffic 4 months after it is published. Evidence, facts, and applied common sense attracts people thirsting to understand an often Topsy-Turvey industry, nation, and world.




3) The revelations of NPR Senior Editor Uri Berliner (Part II above) are useful. But they are hardly a shock to detail-minded and attentive readers of MHProNews. We have said for years that NPR has a left-leaning bent. MHProNews has also pointed out the financial links between leftist cause supporting billionaires like George Soros, William “Bill” Gates III, and Warren Buffett in numerous reports. Those causes included financial support that benefited NPR, PBS, and others.  That doesn’t mean that a source on the left (or right) is always wrong, or always agenda driven. But it is useful to grasp the bent of media or big tech outlet in discerning its perhaps more subtle agenda.  For well over a decade, MHProNews has on a ‘business daily’ basis cited headlines from the left (CNN) or right (initially Fox, more recently Newsmax).




“If you watch Fox News you are living on a different planet than you are if, you, you know, listen to NPR.” President Barack H. Obama. There is a method to what some might disparagingly call the madness at MHProNews and MHLivingNews. The quote by President Obama is quite right, not only in politics, but also with respect to manufactured housing. In order to win over more people, the prevailing narrative must be challenged. It must be repeatedly challenged.







4) Too few have said where those donations flowed from Soros, Gates, and Buffett. They routinely go to foundations and nonprofits that are pushing their political agenda, which in turn benefits their business interests.  Who says? Ironically, Buffett’s own son, the apparent allusion by Kevin Clayton in the video interview with transcript (3rd item linked below), and organizations like the left-leaning Institute for Policy Studies (IPS). The balanced ‘follow the money and politics’ Influence Watch also supports that contention.









5) Once someone grasps the role that paltering, posturing, platitudes, and propaganda plays in modern media and big tech, it becomes easier to spot an agenda.




6) Several on the right are becoming more aware of the importance of the potential of antitrust, RICO, and other legal actions for breaking up what Danny Glover insightfully called a monopoly on wealth and information.


Quote from the full length and award-winning Shadows of Libertydocumentary drama. Shadows exposed several aspects of the political, media, corporate, and regulatory nexus by interviewing insiders involved in it. It explores examples from left and right with the impact of money and information manipulation. Glover has served on a Warren Buffett funded board. See the Illusory Effect updates linked here:


7) Programming notices and housekeeping items.

a) The working plan for Monday is to unveil a special report on a Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) member brand that keeps squeaking about the problem of zoning barriers. Several updates revelations will be forthcoming.

b) The working plan for the Sunday report will provide more exclusive insights that no one else in MHVille trade media will likely share with their readers. While we have been wrong on such guesses, it would not be surprising if any of those two reports (along with this one) are hotter in reader engagement than the content from any of our rival’s news blogs for a month. Time will tell.

c) The formula of ‘Facts and Evidence First,’ then expert common sense analysis and commentary has apparently been widely embraced by our MHVille professional audience. Certainly readers can digest an article and come to their own conclusions. That’s possible because a level of detail is routinely provided here on MHProNews and on MHLivingNews that allows ‘inquiring minds’ who ‘want to know’ so they can grow. But for those who respect and value the analysis they have a systematic explanation that is supported by facts, evidence and decades of experience in MHVille.

8) Black Swans. 2020 had its share of black swans with BigTech-Big Media-public officials manipulating narratives of actual or potentially momentous events.  The financial news site the Motley Fool said: “A black swan event is an outlier event with far-reaching consequences, like the 9/11 terrorist attacks or the COVID-19 pandemic.”

In 2020 COVID19 and the death of George Floyd are often described as events that helped upend what might have been a relatively easy reelection for the deposed 45th President Donald J. Trump. Clearly, COVID19 had an impact on manufactured housing, as some publicly traded companies in their statements to investors still refer to it.  MHProNews and MHLivingNews reported on it early and periodically in a manner that helped industry readers better understand its origins, what might be have been the better paths, and how in conjunction with other occurrences it was used to upend elections via vote-by-mail and other efforts. Unlike many mainstream media reports that in hindsight look foolish in their reports on COVID19, numbers of MHProNews/MHLivingNews reports have stood the test of time.


This illustration was not part of the WND report. It is provided by MHProNews from the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) own website. It serves to underscore the sobering reality for millions of small businesses and hundreds of millions of Americans of what WND’s news item reported.
History tells us that in 1968 there was a pandemic. No social distancing and there were no mass lockdowns of smaller businesses.  That is then President Lyndon Banes Johnson (LBJ-D) standing in a crowd during the Hong Kong flu outbreak for the Apollo 11 launch. LBJ caught the virus and spent some of his final weeks in office recovering.  MHProNews uploaded that image as part of a report dated July 7, 2020.  While others were preaching lockdowns, MHProNews pointed to medical advice and intelligence reports from other parts of the world where the Hong Kong flu approach was used. While numbers died with COVID19, as the chart below reflected, it was at the bottom of the list of prior plagues. 


MHProNews learned about Crimson Contagion from the New York Times. But having examined not only their report, but the underlying research, we came to a very different conclusion than that left-leaning media giant. MHProNews’ look at the evidence proved to be prudent, and the truth should routinely be preferred to a small, medium, or big lie.



As part of our ongoing coverage, about 3.5 years ago on 11.27.2020 the linked and still relevant report on the Great Barrington Declaration was published. Doctors and scientists questioned COVID19 policies then and they have been proven correct over time. By being willing to go against the establishment narrative, and examining the evidence of those being censored and smeared, it became evident that they had good scientific reasons to be considered.  They proved to be right. So, MHProNews proved to be prudent in sharing such reports.


9) But it wasn’t just COVID19 that upended the 2020 election. The post-George Floyd riots did too. Those riots brought a flood of corporate cash to Black Lives Matter (BLM). MHProNews reported at the time that key people in BLM were self-avowed Marxists. Leftist billionaires funded leftist groups that were disrupting civil society in the U.S. for months.








10) Some might wonder why these past events still matter? The answer to that is insightfully provided by then House Majority Leader James “Jim” Clyburn (SC-D).


One may or may not agree with Clyburn’s politics. But the wisdom of this statement by Clyburn is demonstrably true.


11) As noted, while subject to change, the working plan is for MHProNews to have a special Sunday report on 4.14.2024. To understand the next black swan, it is useful to understand the past ones. Once you see this, it may be difficult or impossible to ‘unsee it.’ As Oxfam reported, and Buffett has periodically said, such major upheavals are often used to level smaller businesses and are used by bigger businesses to cash in.








Hype and fear are weapons in the wrong hands. Be prepared. Don’t miss the planned special report.




Leftist Michael Weinstein ‘Tens of Billions to Affordable Housing Industrial Complex Wasted’ ‘On Housing, Trickle Down Democrats Have Failed Americans in Need’ – Facts w/Analysis; plus MHMarkets

‘Terrified’-Battle Lines Drawn on Schedule F ‘Destroying Deep State’ Why It Matters to Manufactured Housing Industry, Project 2025, Others Seeking Federal Reforms; plus MHMarkets


Journalists are not supposed to be propagandists, even though some writers and correspondents apparently relish and might be well paid for that role.  Journalists, in mainstream or trade media should first and foremost be truth-tellers. The 1 percent survey above that Larry Elder reported is no big surprise, because another survey result indicated just how differently the 99 percent think from the 1 percent. Don’t be deceived. To learn more, see the linked and related reports. ##


‘Grand Canyon Sized Gap’ Between the Elites and Most of Us – Research Reveals What the 1 Percent Think of the 99 Percent – Survey Results, Facts, with Population Manipulation MHVille Analysis

Part V – is our Daily Business News on MHProNews stock market recap which features our business-daily at-a-glance update of over 2 dozen manufactured housing industry stocks.

This segment of the Daily Business News on MHProNews is the recap of yesterday evening’s market report, so that investors can see at glance the type of topics may have influenced other investors. Thus, our format includes our signature left (CNN Business) and right (Newsmax) ‘market moving’ headlines.

The macro market moves graphics below provide context and comparisons for those invested in or tracking manufactured housing connected equities. Meaning, you can see ‘at a glance’ how manufactured housing connected firms do compared to other segments of the broader equities market.

In minutes a day readers can get a good sense of significant or major events while keeping up with the trends that may be impacting manufactured housing connected investing.


Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – 4.12.2024

  • Robert MacNeil, legendary PBS News anchor, dies at age 93
  • In an aerial view, cars travel along Interstate 80 on January 16, 2024 in Berkeley, California.
  • Did your car insurance rate go up a lot even though you don’t drive much?
  • A general view of the exterior of the U.S. Steel Clairton Coke Plant, on March 20, 2024 in Clairton, Pennsylvania. Nippon Steel has said that it would relocate its U.S. headquarters from Houston to Pittsburgh, where U.S. Steel (X.N) is located, if their acquisition deal goes through.
  • US Steel’s shareholders just voted to end more than a century of American ownership. It may not matter
  • People walk past the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on April 10, 2024 in New York City.
  • Dow tumbles more than 500 points on fears of potential Iranian attack on Israel
  • The Apple iPhone 15 series is displayed for sale at The Grove Apple retail store on release day in Los Angeles, California, on September 22, 2023.
  • The iPhone suggests a Palestinian flag when some people type ‘Jerusalem.’ Apple is working on a fix
  • The Airbnb Inc. application is displayed in the App Store on an Apple Inc. iPhone in an arranged photograph taken in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., on Friday, March 8, 2019.
  • Airbnb wants to help renters, and not just homeowners, share their space for cash
  • A sign is posted in front of the Roku headquarters on February 18, 2022 in San Jose, California.
  • Roku says 576,000 accounts breached in cyberattack
  • WhatsApp’s logo on a phone screen in Amsterdam, Netherlands in January 2020.
  • WhatsApp lowers minimum age in Europe to 13
  • Pedestrians walk past the Nasdaq building Tuesday, March 26, 2024, in New York. Trump Media, which runs the social media platform Truth Social, now takes Digital World’s place on the Nasdaq stock exchange.
  • Some Trump stock investors have already lost half their money
  • Produce on display at Albertsons grocery store near Crenshaw Blvd. in south Los Angeles Friday, March 29, 2024.
  • Americans’ attitudes toward the economy hold steady despite disappointing inflation reports
  • 4-day workweeks may be around the corner. A third of America’s companies are exploring them
  • Jamie Dimon says chance of a bad economy is ‘higher than other people think’
  • How OJ Simpson’s ‘trial of the century’ opened the door to Trump’s presidency
  • Boeing CEO’s penchant for cost-cutting doesn’t apply to his trips on the company jet
  • Energy stocks are hot again. The rally could have more fuel to burn
  • Can’t pay or file your taxes by April 15? Here’s what happens if you miss Monday’s deadline
  • US airlines ask Biden administration to block additional flights to China
  • Children’s ‘Yoto Mini’ speaker recalled for burn and fire hazards
  • Boeing spent $500,000 more than it previously disclosed on personal private jet trips for top executives
  • The Fed might not be done raising interest rates just yet
  • Mortgage rates rise after disappointing March inflation report
  • Taylor Swift’s music is back on TikTok ahead of her latest album’s release
  • Minneapolis gives Uber and Lyft a reason to stick around — at least until July


In instances such as Apollo, Berkshire Hathaway, Blackstone or others, manufactured housing may only be part of their corporate interests. Note: depending on your browser or device, many images in this report and others on MHProNews can be clicked to expand. Click the image and follow the prompts. For example, in some browsers/devices you click the image and select ‘open in a new window.’ After clicking that selection you click the image in the open window to expand the image to a larger size. To return to this page, use your back key, escape or follow the prompts.
Notice: MHProNews invites the firms named in these reports to respond to any concerns about possibly inaccurate information via email that identifies the concern and offers evidence that sheds a different light on the topic discussed. That said, neither MHI nor MHI publicly traded ‘insider brands’ have done so. They’ve been repeatedly invited to do so, including but not limited to an outreach on Dec 7, 2o23 and Feb 25, 2024.



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